WAITT MEDIA is a boutique creative studio established in 2012 by brothers Chris and Jeremy Waitt

We specialise in developing and making award-winning work for clients and brands of all shapes and sizes. We have worked extensively in both live action and animation, being centrally involved in the creation, development and execution of work for Universal Studios, Disney, Marvel, MTV, Dreamworks and Sony, on major franchises including Jurassic World, How to Train Your Dragon and Spider-Man. In addition they have created content for global brands such as Beats by Dr Dre, McLaren, Meta (prev. Facebook), Kelloggs, Geico, Jameson Whiskey and many more. 

Whether it's ideation, copywriting, design, character development, pre, post or actual production, WAITT MEDIA are a nimble and agile team, able to move fast and get the most out of tight budgets for small or large brands. We are able to offer under-one-roof solutions to creative challenges, going from blank page to final execution, including script, music, editing and design. Amongst our wide and international network of talented artists and technologists are Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winners. 

Chris's background is as a writer and director, having directed A-list talent including Paul Rudd (Ant-Man)Russell Brand (Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat, Bruno), Chris Pratt (Jurassic World), Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World), and Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), as well as A-list sports such as world champion F1 racing car drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button.

A born adventurer, Jeremy is a business and tech entrepreneur who specialises in ground-breaking and often disruptive solutions to creative challenges, with clients such as Volvo and Meta (prev. Facebook). As a side hustle, Jeremy is also a highly decorated sailor, having won multiple sailing awards and trophies, such as winning the Royal Ocean Racing Club's Transatlantic Race.

Chris and Jeremy live on the beautiful Isle of Wight in the South of England but create content globally, with a particular focus on London, New York and Los Angeles.